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  1. Alan Duncan

    UK and Russia hold first talks in over a year

    Junior foreign ministers from Britain and Russia met in Germany on Saturday (Feb 16) in the highest-level contact between the two countries since ...
  2. Employees play "Our guys in Salisbury" board game in the office of Igroland company in Mo

    New Russian board game makes light of UK nerve agent attack

    A board game that makes light of last year's nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain has gone on sale in Russia.
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    N Korea may be capable of sarin-loaded missile attack: Japan

    "There is a possibility that North Korea is already capable of delivering (via missile) a warhead containing sarin," Prime Minister Abe told a ...
  4. Trump on Syria strikes

    Trump urges 'all civilised nations' to end Syria bloodshed

    President Donald Trump added that there can be no doubt that the Syrian regime used banned chemical weapons.
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    2 men wanted for murder of Kim Jong Nam have left Malaysia

    They were allowed to leave the country as part of a deal to secure the release of the nine Malaysians trapped in Pyongyang after the suspected ...
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    Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam's body still in Kuala Lumpur

    The body of Kim Jong Nam, who was murdered in Malaysia last month, is still in Kuala Lumpur, health minister Health Minister Subramaniam ...
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    Malaysia expects more arrests in Kim Jong Nam murder probe: Report

    Police chief Khalid Abu Bakar declined to elaborate on details when speaking to the state media, adding that the arrests would be made at the ...
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    Interpol issues 'red notice' for 4 North Korean suspects in Kim Jong Nam case

    Interpol has issued a red notice for four North Korean suspects wanted in connection with the murder of Kim Jong Nam.
  9. zahid hamidi 5 june 2011

    Malaysia to deport 50 North Koreans despite ban: Deputy PM

    Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told reporters that 50 North Koreans working in Sarawak would be deported from Malaysia despite a ban ...